With demand for lumber on the rise and Canadian imports falling, U.S. producers are trying to expand their businesses.
Billions of dollars in new development is going up in some of the riskiest locations. Some developers are putting climate resilience front and center, while others are putting their projects and investors at risk.
There's a new crisis sweeping across Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria: A wave of foreclosures, The New York Times reports.
Homebuilders are facing rising costs for land, labor and materials, especially with new tariffs on Chinese steel and aluminum in addition to duties imposed on Canadian lumber last year.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports the price of lumber is climbing, thanks in part to tariffs on Canadian lumber and that is prompting some U.S. companies to ramp up production.
Ready to rub elbows with the upper crust in Greenwich or Beverly Hills? Here's what it takes to live in the country's priciest towns.
Alan Jin of Mizuho Securities Asia explains why investors should not focus on housing price growth when looking at China's property developers.
Henry Chin of CBRE says the trade war between Washington and Beijing has had a "fairly benign" impact on China's commercial real estate market for now.
For the average renter buying the median-priced home in America, it will take about 6½ years to save for a 20 percent mortgage down payment. But it could take more than two or three decades in some places.
The supply of homes for sale in the second quarter of 2018, the all-important spring market, rose at three times the rate of the same period last year, according to Trulia, a real estate listing and research company.
Wondering where to spend your golden years? A new ranking lists the best states
It's been 10 years since the collapse of Indymac Bank, CNBC's Jane Wells goes on a look back in this special report outside the former Pasadena headquarters.
Homeownership among millennials is lower than their parents and grandparents. Here's why.
CNBC's Diana Olick breaks down the latest numbers on home mortgage applications.
After falling for two straight weeks, mortgage application volume rose 2.5 percent last week, seasonally adjusted, compared with the previous week. The increase was driven entirely by purchase applications.
Carrie Lam, chief executive of Hong Kong, also discusses her plans to provide "decent" and "affordable" housing for citizens.
Disney is expanding its Manhattan property to now include 4 Hudson Square, according to the New York Business Journal.
Homeowners are gaining thousands of dollars in available equity to tap, but they are taking out very little. It may be that they don't know how much they have or that they are generally more conservative after the last housing crash.
President Donald Trump will lose a popular NYC tax break because the Big Apple is no longer his primary residence, the New York Daily News reported.
The average price of a house in San Francisco grew by $205,000 in the first half of 2018, according to data from the MLS compiled by local real estate agency Paragon.